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Rex’s rankings: Regular season ends

Updated: Jan 10

It always seems to go quickly. The regular season comes to an end this week in high school football.

In the biggest game of the season thus far in Class 6A, Greenwood downed Pulaski Academy last Friday night, 33-23. The Bulldogs move to No. 1 in the classification (and No. 3 overall) while PA drops to No. 2 in Class 6A (and No. 6 overall).

Our No. 1 overall team, Bryant, rolled to a 45-14 win over North Little Rock. The Hornets will receive a stiffer test this week against No. 5 Conway, a 50-20 winner over Jonesboro last week.

In Class 4A, it will be No. 1 Arkadelphia against No. 2 Malvern to end the regular season.

Here are the updated rankings:


  1. Bryant

  2. Cabot

  3. Greenwood

  4. Bentonville

  5. Conway

  6. Pulaski Academy

  7. Little Rock Catholic

  8. Joe T. Robinson

  9. Shiloh Christian

  10. Arkadelphia


  1. Bryant

  2. Cabot

  3. Bentonville

  4. Conway

  5. Fayetteville


  1. Greenwood

  2. Pulaski Academy

  3. Little Rock Catholic

  4. Benton

  5. Lake Hamilton


  1. Joe T. Robinson

  2. Shiloh Christian

  3. Little Rock Parkview

  4. Little Rock Mills

  5. Camden Fairview


  1. Arkadelphia

  2. Malvern

  3. Warren

  4. Harding Academy

  5. Star City


  1. Prescott

  2. Rison

  3. Charleston

  4. Melbourne

  5. Booneville


  1. Hazen

  2. Carlisle

  3. Bigelow

  4. Mount Ida

  5. Marked Tree

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